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Ravelry - a knit and crochet community. Praktika.hu. Magical Self-Portraits (12 photos) Though we've seen a lot of creative self-portraits in our time, we haven't come across ones that we'd wholeheartedly call magical...until now.
New Hampshire-based Sarah Ann Loreth is a self-taught photographer who has a way of making us feel as though we've walked into a storybook. "I like to try to create my own reality," she tells us. "I get so bored of mine. It's fun to create galaxies and climb trees. But I guess overall, I'm trying to find myself by being someone else. " Just where does Loreth get her inspiration? When asked what she hopes others get out of her photos, here's what Loreth told us. Thanks for the tip, Erica! Sarah Ann Loreth's Flickr. ThreadBanger's Channel. LOOKBOOK.nu: collective fashion consciousness. Instructables - Make, How To, and DIY. Runway DIY.com. CraftStylish - Sewing, Knitting, Crochet, Quilting, Paper Crafts, Embroidery, Jewelry Making and more.
It’s deceptively simple to do and looks both sweet and stylish. Like the French roll twist and pin, this is a great hairstyle for when you are don’t have time to dry your hair. You can easily do this style in wet hair and it will dry with a nice wave in the ends. You can even cheat by just blowdrying the top of your hair to keep it smooth.
This hairstyle will hide the rest away in these sweet twists on the nape of the neck. Hair product tips Starting with wet hair? Step by step Part your hair on the side.Take a small section of hair at the left behind your ear and twist and pin on your neckline.Do the same twist and pin behind your right ear and pin on your neckline.Then separate the rest of your hair into equal sections and repeat, twisting into little buns and pinning on the nape of your neck. Through many attempts I found that if you do the left and right first, it’s easier to keep a straight line. YouCanMakeThis.com. DIY Lessons. Creative DIY Tips & Project Ideas For Homemakers.
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